Although most sexual assault cases are tried in state courts, a new federal law signed Friday could serve as a model for state legislatures.
Keith Cooper was convicted nearly 20 years ago of a crime he didn't commit. Today, he is struggling to feed his family as a forklift operator, a situation he says will not get better after Gov. Mike Pence refused his request for pardon.
Carl Ferrer, the chief executive officer of Backpage, was arrested on Thursday on the charge of facilitating the sex trafficking of minors. It's part of a multi-year investigation that has pitted child welfare advocates against proponents of free speech.
Harold Martin was arrested for stealing six highly classified documents, but his motivations remain a mystery to investigators.
Charlo Greene, a former TV reporter who quit her job in Alaska to advocate for marijuana legalization, could be imprisoned for decades for offenses related to the substance.
The mother of Alfred Olango, an unarmed black man shot Tuesday, has said that her son was in emotional distress. For police, making these split-second decisions presents a challenge. A program at the Los Angeles Police Department offers a possible solution.
Prohibited gun buyers: More than 2,000 guns were sold to buyers the FBI deemed unfit to own a firearm due to a discrepancies between two government agencies. Who's a "fugitive from justice"?